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Customer Reviews

Frank Miller

As someone who started collecting comics in 1990s, these two guys hit all the right notes for remembering comics. I collected comics when Frank Miller was biggest deal. I love his run on Daredevil, Electra Assassin, Ronin, and Batman: Year One. I also like the interview of Bill Sienkiewicz in the middle. Finally, it was interesting to hear about how they are downsizing their comic collection and going to more digital.

Best comics podcast out there!

Moises' and John's insight into and advice about the wide world of comics, past and present, is incomparable. Their deep and broad knowledge of the topic, as well as their accessible and entertaining approach to discussing characters, stories, creators, and art in Giant Size makes it a "must-listen" for comics aficionados and new/lapsed fans alike. In addition, they offer great starting points for anyone who wants to get into comics, with reading suggestions focused not solely on Marvel and DC but including other publishers and indie comics, as well. As a big fan of pre-code horror comics, I especially appreciate their coverage of the important work being done at IDW preserving and making available to the public essential parts of comics history (in awesome editions!), like the Chilling Archive of Horror.

Finally, their interviews with creators are far better and more interesting than anything you're going to find anywhere else. They don't *just* geek-out with their favorite writers and artists--they get at the things that make those specific issues or characters or stories or art extra special and something to remember. These guys know what they're doing.

If you're going to listen to a comics podcast, make it this one!

Uncannily Awesome

Great podcast with excellent hosts, content, and production.
I love the fact that they cover not only traditional single issue comic books but also movies, TV shows, and really anything related to comics in general.
Listening to Moises and John is awesome but the episodes that feature guests provide additional insight and perspective — love those episodes.

The creator interviews are amazing and provide a lot of insight into the industry as well as just being plain interesting.